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is his name. hess lists his residence in los angeles. cops have been there. this is his family home in pennsville, new jersey, not too far from philadelphia, in pennsylvania. and the cops are there talking to the family. and they're telling us now that they say the alleged shooter in the los angeles international airport shooting this morning, 23-year-old, was suicidal. that he talked to the family about suicide. that the father had tried to file a missing person's report. and that in the end he wasn't allowed to because his father -- his son was too old for that. at any rate, flights are now coming into los angeles international airport. this is flight tracker we're watching. this is a cafe specific flight in from hong kong that's being allowed to land. flipts are coming in and things are getting more back to normal in los angeles. more on the suspect, the family and the investigation as we female narrator: the mattress price wars are ending soon the mattress price wars are ending soon at sleep train. we've challenged the manufacturers to offer even lower prices. now it's posturepe
ciancia.me. he lists his residence in los angeles. this is his family home in pennsville, new jersey, not too far from philadelphia in pennsylvania. the cops are there talking toia. the family. they're telling us now that they say paul ciancia, the allegedhot shooter in the lax shooting thio morning, 23-year-old, was suicidal, that he talked to the family about suicide, that theau father had tried to file a f missing person's report and in the end he wasn't allowed to because his son was too old ford that. flights are now coming into los angeles international airport. this is flight tracker we're watching. this is a pacific flight from hong kong allowed to land. things are getting more back top normal in los angeles. m more on the suspect, the familyo investigation as get it from the fox news desk.us from the fox news desk.us "the five" continues right afted this with amazing rewards. with the spark cascard from capital one, i get 2% cash back on ery purchase, every day. i break my back around here. finally soone's recognizing me with unlimited rewards! meetings start at 11, cindy. [
in los angeles. wherever you find yourself on the spectrum of supporting death penalty, if you're for justice, you should read this book. it's called "the death of punishment, searching for justice." >> great holiday book. >> this is important if you care about justice in this country. a professor of law has written it. >> once again, the big powers did not mention the united states, including the pastor who was held in prison in iran. it's not just him. a lot of others are. but churches continue to be burned. christians continue to be killed. people getting maimed, including children. when, oh when, are you in the muslim faith going to step forward and say your faith is a faith that doesn't kill women and children. >> and the cowards didn't negotiate that. last night i had this huge dilemma "walking dead" and a big sunday night football game. we dvr'd the "walking dead" and watched the football game. i thought the broncos had it at halftime, it was 24-0. >> but they lost. >> how did that happen? >> i did have dreams of my five, but i'm not going to say it, because i have somet
would get whatever you got. now there is this thing at least in los angeles where the kids in the bad neighborhoods hop in a minivan and go to the good neighborhoods and pilfer all the candy and i just think it's a horrible message to send to your kids which is hey, go get more free crap from the rich guy up on the hill and, by the way, get used to it, this is going to be your life. i say those kids need to stay in their own neighborhood, step over the carcass of a sofa in the dirt lawn, walk to the front door, find the guy with the ankle bracelet and gets a 3-year-old candy corn with a cat hair in it. >> that is harsh, that really is harsh. >> how bad their neighborhood is. >> all right. now, i have the completely opposite from you. when i was a kid, trick or treating, and leavitt town was not a lavish neighborhood. one year we decided to go to garden city, it was about two miles away. one of the guy's kids older brother drove us there. we got cheap garbage in leavitt city. good stuff. the working class homes gave better stuff than the rich people, plus a lot of rich people had big d
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